Liam Gallagher and John Squire reveal joint album release date and tour dates along with second single

To use a typically LG phrase, those Manchester crowds are going to be biblical. (this article contains affiliate links)

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Liam Gallagher and John Squire have dropped the second single from the upcoming self-titled album as well as revealed its release date and supporting tour later this year — and you won’t have to wait long either.

The two Manc music legends revealed their long-rumoured collaboration had finally come to fruition late last year and dropped their debut track, ‘Just Another Rainbow‘ earlier this month.

With a pretty strong reception, even if big brother Noel did take the mick a bit, the excitement around the project is starting to grow and the pair are making sure to ride the wave by dropping the follow-up single, ‘Mars to Liverpool’.

Unveiling the latest song along with their first accompanying tour dates, including not one but two dates at Manchester’s legendary O2 Apollo, this new project is moving fast.

Scheduling a dozen debut dates across various venues in the UK, Europe and America, the pair will be heading out on tour from early March and into April after the album drops on 1 March, 2024.


Gracing their hometown with two nights on Wednesday, 20 and Thursday, 21 March, the local lads will be rolling back the year for many fans who will have spent most years listening to them in the form of their favourite Oasis and Stone Roses tracks.

With Liam being considered one of the most iconic frontmen of all time, let alone just in the UK, and the Burnage-born singer himself declaring Squire one of the greatest to ever pick up a guitar, there’s some serious pedigree behind the album.


Here’s a little taster of that debut single and that oh-so-familiar guitar sound.

Liam Gallagher and John Squire’s tour dates include two Manc homecoming tour dates.

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Appearing on Zoe Ball’s show on BBC Radio 2 this week, although many fans were excited to hear the new tune and received it just as well as the first, there were plenty that remarked on Squire’s “monotone” voice during the interview. Good job he can just focus on guitar and just leave the singing to Liam, eh?

Better yet, with the vocals of fellow British favourite singer-songwriter Jake Bugg coming along with them for the ride, we have no shame in admitting we’re personally very excited about these shows.


You can hear their new track, ‘Mars to Liverpool’, in full down below. It’s another thumbs up from us, to be fair, and we’re really loving the style of all this album artwork.

Tickets for the two Manc gigs go live on Friday, 2 February at 9:30am and you can grab yours HERE.

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Featured Images — Liam Gallagher/BBC Radio 2 (via Instagram)/Liam Gallagher (via YouTube)